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good morning america. happening now, holiday high alert. law enforcement in overdrive for july 4th. fears about isis supporters launching attacks. police on edge all around the country. even that false alarm at the navy yard prompting a massive response and the military already canceling one celebration. happening now, shark surge. the new alert about sharks lurking off the coast. new clues about why this spike in attacks and take a look at this new video showing just how powerful these predators can be pulling this fisherman into the water. judgment day, the emotional reunion in court. >> did you go to nautilus for middle school? >> oh, my goodness. >> the former classmates now on opposite sides of the law and you'll never guess what this judge did next. ♪ this is going to be the best
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day of my life ♪ >> and it really was the best day of his life. the new star taking the tennis world by storm. not even ranked in the top 100 living out of an rv so he could drive to the tournaments, he took down one of the best players in the world at wimbledon, who is this new king of the court? ♪ and then the sun came crashing in ♪ good morning, america. and that was an incredible win for dustin brown. but all eyes are on that other big sporting event you might have heard about over the weekend. the world cup final. >> we celebrate the fourth rooting for team usa at least we better be. they're going to go for their first title in 16 years and hoping to exact revenge upon japan after losing to them four years ago in 2011. much much more on the big game live from vancouver coming up on the show this morning. >> cannot wait for that. we begin with that terror
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threat this holiday weekend. law enforcement all across america on high alert worried about possible attacks, especially from so-called lone wolves inspired by isis. abc's martha raddatz is in washington with the latest on this good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. law enforcement really is in overdrive this morning, command centers set up in major cities special tactical teams already deployed after the unprecedented isis social media campaign encouraging supporters to attack wherever they are. and holidays with this much significance are sadly attractive targets and police truly are on edge. that false alarm of a shooting on thursday at the navy yard here in washington prompted a massive response. it is the lone wolf isis inspired terrorist who is most concerning. this year alone, 40 people with suspected ties to isis have been arrested in the u.s. seven in just the last two weeks and those horrific attacks in
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france and on tourists in tunisia have heightened concerns overseas. the u.s. military has now canceled fourth of july celebrations at lakenheath air base in england. >> but this is concerning for anyone heading out to those large holiday festivities over the weekend. what should people keep in mind? >> reporter: well authorities just want people here at home to be aware of the threat be smart. be attentive, but celebrate nonetheless, amy. >> all right, martha raddatz, thank you. dan. permission to celebrate but 18,000 law enforcement agencies across america on alert. another thing we'll watch for this weekend, the holiday weather, severe storms lashing parts of the country last night. reported tornado touching down in tennessee and more storms and flooding in the forecast. ginger how bad is this going to be? >> the video you're seeing is lebanon, tennessee, one of the reports of more than 120 in the last hours so that could happen along the same stationary front
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and now sinks further south and threat this amp and evening. if you have plans to travel or outdoor activities from northeast texas through most of arkansas northern alabama, mississippi, georgia, up through southern north carolina that's where you could see damaging wind. with these storms come flash flooding. look at this out of edmund oklahoma. water rescues reported. parts of oklahoma to tennessee and still have those flood warnings and advisory in southern missouri that expire north to south but a lot of rain possible in the southeast so that's going to be one of the trouble spots. much more coming up including the whole country, fat july 4th forecast. >> a lot of people want to know the fireworks forecast. thank you. to the shark surge. fear at the beach because of the jump in attacks over the past month, some calling for the beaches in north carolina to be shut down. abc's phillip mena is in the outer banks with more. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: amy, good morning. today is the start of the
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busiest weekend of the year here, the site of the latest shark attack, these attacks are happening off the carolina coast at an alarming rate but why here and why now? this morning, high alert along the east coast. after 11 shark attacks off the shores of the carolinas this year most in just the last three weeks. >> it's pretty scary. >> i wouldn't go out there, not now. >> reporter: experts say the increase in attacks this year could be a combination of four factors. first, drought conditions. limiting fresh water along the coast, the ocean water is sa sharks like. throw in warmer water than usual, add a surge of fish for food and factor in more people than usual at the beach and it's a recipe for disaster. >> sharks are drawn to the warm water. >> he do like the clear ocean water. but you also have a booming sea turtle population and they love sea turtles. >> reporter: the attacks so alarming some are calling for beach closures. but north carolina's governor offering a warning instead.
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>> recognize there are certain areas where we're having these bites, so just use your common sense especially if you're in and around a fishing area. >> reporter: shark encounters haven't just been limited to the carolina coast. take a look at this video from chew on this. this fisherman off the florida coast inadvertently hooking a shark. the shark pulling away so forcefully he not only loses his reel he loses control of his boat capsizing. then swims for his life scrambling to get away to the main fishing boat. this morning, and throughout the holiday weekend, there will be extra beach patrol rangers out here encouraging swimmers to stay close to the shore. amy. >> all right, phillip mena thanks for that. turn now to cecilia vega with the other top developing stories right now starting with a major carmaker in some big trouble. >> that's right, good to see you all this holiday weekend. this time it is chrysler facing the wrath of the federal government. at a rare hearing regulators promised to hand down massive
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fines against the automaker for failing to notify vehicle owners and regulators about as many as 23 safety recalls and allegedly failing to repair certain defects. the recalls involved millions of vehicles with fuel systems that could catch fire, defective ignition switches and faulty air bags. chrysler saying it has since improved its safety efforts. and in tennessee this morning, thousands of people have spent a second night evacuated from their homes after a train carrying 24,000 gallons of hazardous chemicals burst into flames releasing toxic fumes, dozens of people sent to the hospital. that fire burning for an entire day before finally being extinguished last night. and new supplies are on the way to the international space station. a russian rocket successfully launched overnight with three tons of cargo including food and fuel. it follows several delivery disasters including last week's explosion of spacex rocket shortly after liftoff.
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and new details in the major league baseball hacking scandal, the st. louis cardinals have fired their scouting director the first known case of an employee losing his job since that scandal broke. the fbi is investigating whether the cardinals hacked into the computers of the houston astros and whether team executives were involved. and here's one from the criminal files. from florida this morning a very unlikely school reunion. a miami judge was overseeing a bond hearing for a burglary suspect when she recognized him as a classmate from middle school. >> mr. booth, i have a question for you. >> yes, ma'am. >> did you go to nautilus for middle school? >> oh, my goodness. oh, my goodness. >> i'm sorry to see you there. i always wondered what happened to you, sir. >> can you imagine? she goes on to say that he was the nicest kid in school and she's confident he can turn his life around but she still set that bond at $44,000.
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and finally, so we all know shaquille o'neal is a complete basketball legend but fans will tell you he's not necessarily the best at shooting free throws of course of course he's on the golf course apparently. watch what he did at this tournament instead of putting shaq picks up the ball and goes for a free throw bam, of course it goes in. shaq celebrating with a run around the green saying i hit 'em when i need 'em, baby. >> what's the rules on that? is that technically legal? >> i'm going to say yes. >> when you're 7'1" you can do what you want. >> a good thing i'm not 7'1" i would be such a jerk. something having is brewing in the race for the white house. hillary clinton may have vigorous competition from an unlikely source, this guy, ab scour senator from vermont who has for years self-identified as a socialist. bernie sanders is now drawing huge crowds raising big money and climbing in the polls.
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here's abc's linsey davis. >> oh. >> reporter: support for bernie sanders for president is surging. the turnout of roughly 10,000 at a campaign rally earlier this week in wisconsin seemed to surprise even sanders. >> in case you haven't noticed a lot of people are here. >> reporter: while the 73-year-old brooklyn born self-described democratic socialist from vermont has raised $15 million so far, just one-third of the money hillary clinton has raised sanders may just give her a run for her money. >> tonight, we have more people at a meeting for a candidate for president of the united states than any other candidate has had in 2016. >> reporter: polls show he's quickly closing the gap in new hampshire and iowa. the vermont senator is calling for a grassroots political revolution to get big money out of politics. so far, he says 99% of his contributions have come from individuals giving $250 or less.
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>> bernie sanders to be the anti-hillary right now. there is a big element of the democratic party that wants an alternative. >> reporter: many of his supporters tout him as the honest and authentic candidate. >> hillary needs to consult with her focus group and get back to you in a couple of weeks. >> it's about time that someone actually stood that we know is on our side. >> reporter: just for perspective when president obama was running for his first term as president almost three months into his candidacy he had 100,000 donors. sanders just two months in has 250,000, so just a few weeks ago he smed like a long shot. he still may be but there is a sanders movement right now. >> interesting story. linsey, thank you so much. now to a shocking incident caught on camera at a mall in georgia. three security guards beating up a teenager punching him and throwing him to the ground. those guards have been suspended but the boy's mother is demanding they be arrested. abc's steve osunsami has the story.
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>> reporter: this is the cell phone video burning up the this morning and has led to the suspensions of these three security guards seen here repeatedly punching a shirtless 15-year-old outside a mall south of atlanta. witnesses say the guards were trying to get a group of underage kids to leave. mall policy says you have to be 18 to remain on the property without a parent. but the girl who shot the video who's avoiding cameras told police one of the guards swung first. 45-year-old shavella hamm is the boy's mother. >> i was horrified. i was scared. >> reporter: she and her new lawyer are furious. >> i was at another store at the mall. >> across the street. >> across the street from the mall and i got a phone call and it was my son. hysterical. screaming. ma come help me. >> reporter: they went to court thursday and filed these documents demanding that police arrest the security guards for battery and visible harm and were granted a hearing next
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month where they plan to show a judge the video. >> they should not be allowed to continue working as security officers but even more importantly, they should be arrested and prosecuted as criminals. >> reporter: in a statement the mall says the guards worked to are a third party company and no matter what happens, will no longer work on site. >> what those three men did, this whole situation could have turned out even worse. when my baby came home. >> reporter: for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> steve, thank you. now to a surprising and very public corporate apology. the heads of a popular high-end supermarket chain whole foods coming out and saying they are sorry. the company was accused of overcharging customers for prepackaged foods, sometimes as much as $15. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: this morning, a rare mea culpa. the ceos of one of the largest grocery store chains in the country speaking directly to consumers apologizing.
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>> straight up we made some mistakes. we want to own that. >> reporter: responding to that consumer affairs investigation which accused eight whole foods locations in new york of repeatedly overcharging customers for prepackaged foods. mislabeling weights resulting in errors like these. a package of chicken tenders, $5 more than it should be. this vegetable platter, $6 more. the ceos calling the errors completely unintentionally. >> we know they're unintentional because the mistakes are in the customer's favor and sometimes not in the customer's favor. >> reporter: not the first time they've been accused of overcharging. recently following an undercover inspector on unannounced grocery store visits finding numerous cases where customers were overcharged at multiple grocery store chains across the city. >> 5 cents, 20 cent a dollar here happening week in and week out. >> reporter: how do you know if it's the real deal in your cart?
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weigh it. this says that it's a pound and you can check right here. to make sure that it is. whole foods says it plans to increase training and bring in an outside auditor. >> if there's a mistake that's not in your favor, we promise to give you that item for free. >> if there is any question about any item in your shopping cart whole foods is urging you to bring that item up to one of its managers and, again, if there is a mistake, if the label says the wrong thing and it's more than what it should be they promise to give you that item for free and these days this is so prevalent at so many different grocery chains it really does pay to look in your cart. see what's there. >> i do our shopping at whole foods. and i try to get through there in less than 30 seconds so now i have to like weigh everything as i go through? >> yeah, exactly. >> all right. thank you for adding to my to do list appreciate that. >> any time. >> my wife thanks you, as well rebecca. team usa, we're all hoping to celebrate the holiday weekend
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with a world cup gold. the women are gearing up for their rematch with japan sunday after losing to them in the final four years ago. abc's jesse palmer is in vancouver this morning for the big game. good morning, jestsejesse. >> reporter: good morning. coming into the world cup the u.s. women were ranked second in the world. japan, fourth but even after knocking off the best team in the world, the american women are going to have their hands full sunday against the tough defending champs. 90 minutes separates team usa from its third world cup victory. surviving the group of death. defeating colombia toppling china and tuesday's victory over powerhouse germany for their spot in the final >> that's it. the usa is going into the final. >> reporter: now the u.s. must make it past one of its biggest rivals in the first repeat matchup in women's world cup history. >> a brokenhearted usa. >> reporter: team japan. upsetting the american squad four years ago and earning their trip to vancouver with a narrow
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victory over england wednesday. this year japan is all about defense. playing a possession game to tire its opponents and a strong offense too led by captain muller miyami. the u.s. bringing the hardware home 16 years ago looking for a big performance from its star-studded roster sunday. like hope solo making save after save after save in goal for team usa and carli lloyd, the muller with a golden foot scoring big against china and germany this year. >> perfect 34ri placed from carli lloyd. >> reporter: telling wpvi she's ready to face team japan for the title again. >> they're a great overall team but i think that we've got so much momentum. i think we're peaking at the right moment andl really confident in our team to go win this thing. >> reporter: the nation all believing that the u.s. has what it takes to win sunday. several of the u.s. team members have said this is the matchup they wanted all along.
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a chance at avenging that heartbreaking defeat from 2011 and bringing home their first world cup in 16 years. amy. >> ooh. wouldn't that be nice? celebration on sunday too. but in the meantime, ginger we are celebrating on saturday. the forecast. >> the national look, i promised you this. right to the map and you can see up in the northwest, hot. if you want to feel like summer go to seattle. i know that sounds strange. feel like seattle you come here to new york city where we'll have rain showers and clouds. all backward as far as we can tell. real quickly wanted to show you how hot. going by sunday we could see seattle up into the mid upper 90s. uv index.
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ryan:ood morning. we have fog this morning. 79 degrees this afafternoon. isated showers possible this afrnoon and evevening. the showers will last duri the nationals game. temperatures will be in the middle 70's, droing to around 74 degrees this eving. tomorr, few showers for your fo >> i have something? how exciting. hey, in the southeast it's going to be stormy. i didn't think i had a tag. >> you sold it ginger. that was nice. >> thank you. more from ginger coming up.
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ryan says waking up to your friday with a little bit of fog cocover. we are precipitation-free. we watch an area of low pssuree deliver re showers this afternoon and evening. the fourth of july, we couldee showers at times. a look at satellite and radar, a
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lilittle bit of cloud cover back to the southwest. more clouds, more precipitation. this is the area of low pressure, traveling east. it will increase precipitatation because ofhe pasasskey weath front. it has not moved. across the border, we can find the weather front. it will move west to east. it increases your chance of seeing rainfal for today 70 nine degrees this afternoon. mostly cloudy skies. the best chance of seeing the rain is this afternoon and into the evening. the wind is out of the northeast. through the overnight, some showers. folks will head to the nationals game. we will see a lot of cloud cover. it wl be humid. 79 degrees around the start of game time. middle 70's through the entire
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game. on and off rain showers. it will not ring continually. bring the umbrella. tomorrow, will see rain on and off. a high of 81 degrees. coolerer thawhat we would pically see. optimistic by the time the fireworks go off we willll dry out. middle 80's in the outer bananks. sunday looks to be the driest of the upcoming days. ♪ ♪
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good morning, america. right now law enforcement around the country in overdrive for possible terror attacks over the holiday weekend. special tactical teams deployed because of the threat from isis. also right now a warning to beachgoers in incomenorth carolina. be careful in the water after the surge in shark attacks over the past month. rapper sean "diddy" combs will not face felony charges for that incident during his son's football practice. the l.a. district attorney rejecting the case. good morning, america. lots ahead. we're kicking off our holiday weekend with a giant, giant party in central park. there it is the crowd already excited as we cannot wait to join them mika performing live just ahead. >> looking forward to all that. we begin with a murder mystery in florida. a prominent doctor who appeared on local television found dead in her home after faying to show up at her office.
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abc's reena ninan is here with more. >> amy, good morning. this murder mystery has rocked the south florida community and right now law enforcement asking everyone to do one particular thing, lock your doors. this morning, police in bonita spring florida, searching for clues after dr. teresa sievers, a local doctor and mother of two was found dead in her home. >> please don't tell me it's that house. please don't tell me it's that house. it is. >> reporter: after a family vacation sievers returned to florida alone. calling her husband to let him know she had arrived safely. when she didn't show up for work monday morning, worried colleagues called police who discovered her body. >> this is not new age. this is actually ancient years of wisdom of healing from eastern medicine. >> reporter: known for a practice focusing on integrated health using a mix of eastern and western medicine sievers was a passionate advocate for holistic health care and popular fixture in her community. >> i remember the first time that i went to see her.
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she spent more than an hour with me. >> reporter: sievers was a popular fixture in her community, one friend even nicknaming her mother teresa. >> she had the quality like a mother teresa she cared and she had nothing more than love. if she had nothing else to offer, it would be her care and her love for the patient. >> reporter: authorities say they are actively pursuing leads in this ongoing homicide investigation. and have reminded neighbors to lock their doors. >> everybody in the neighborhood wants to know why how, when you know who found her, who called 911. >> reporter: while the community and police search for answers, her mourning family including 8 and 11-year-old daughters hope to carry on her life's mission. >> we have to be strong because teresa was strong. every time i cry i hear her telling me knock it off. she was passionate. her motto was, if you want to get healthy, i'm passionate about getting you there. >> well so far no suspect but police searching for clues inside that house. they removed a door and the hope
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is maybe the fingerprints can possibly help solve that murder mystery. >> all right, reena, we hope so. thank you. more now on the big holiday getaway. an estimated 5 million americans hitting the highway but this can turn deadly with many drinking and driving. abc's david kerley found out just how much alcohol can impair your ability to drive. >> reporter: this year fourth of july already the deadliest day on american highways could be even worse. >> the combination of low gas prices and an improving economy is resulting in more miles being driven on our roads, unfortunately, resulting in increased number of deaths. >> reporter: the national safety council estimating more than 400 americans will die this weekend. drunk driving the leading cause. the ford motor company has a kit that mimics the effect of drinking too much. >> then this. >> reporter: wow. that is like vertigo or
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something. i put it all on and let park police sergeant adam zielinski put me threw a dui stop. >> heel to toe. >> i can't even do it now. >> reporter: trying just nine steps was nearly impossible. staggering unbalanced. >> you believe that you were able to operate a vehicle safely. >> there's no way. i mean i couldn't even get one foot in front of the other. >> reporter: not just gas prices this officer is worried about this year but the cal ya too with today's day off and the 4th tomorrow. >> you have a possibility of people attending two different events on a friday and a saturday. a combination of different effects that could really be an integral part on how highway safety is. >> reporter: the advice buckle up and use a designated driver. for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, shington. >> life saving advice there, thank you, dave. time now for "the speed feed" and t.j. holmes is in the
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social square with that. >> okay amy, i hope i get this right. i see you do this all the time. do a little move. something like this. walking and talking is not my forte, this couple look perfectly normal but everybody somebody calls them crazy. today will be no different. they look perfectly normal hanging out taking a selfie but now look. this couple they're a couple of daredevils. he is hanging off of one of the highest mountains in the world in brazil. lee nard da pereira hen girlfriend and he's doing it without hanging on any ropes. there she is getting her fill of all this as well. why would they do this? they call themselves adventurers. this is what they do on their date nights. mine certainly look boring at this point. one more here of this young man, again, no ropes, no nothing. this is just what they decide they want to do with their free time. now, he says arm strength is the key. no kidding. again, folk look at that picture. he is not attached to anything.
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just hanging out. now, he says he's inspired by a quote out there that says hey, if you think that living on the edge is dangerous, then try living by routine. that's lethal. but i don't know guys interesting and fascinating pictures but this will be another day that we call them crazy. >> that looks more potentially lethal to me than mundane. >> i think living by routines can be boring and perhaps lethal but it's pretty easy to fall off a cliff and this would have a very unhappy ending. >> maybe i should throw this in. >> arm strength is not the only key here. >> by the way, i don't walk like this. i'm not a robot. >> no. they gave mesome video of you to use as a reference point and that's exactly what you do. >> i'll deal with you later. out to central park now. ginger has the beach forecast for the holiday weekend. >> amy, your walk is so much more graceful than that. how about this crowd, we all have our sunglasses on getting
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ready to celebrate the fourth. sweet. he watches "gma" with his nana every day. that's what he told me. how about we check out the beach forecast and start in daytona beach, florida, beautiful in morning, temperatures in the 70s but end up around 90 and, yes, a chance of storms in the southeast. these are water temperatures from atlantic city all the way down to ryan: good morng. 79 degrees this afrnoon. a few showers poible this afternoon anand evening. a 60% chance of seeing rain. [ cheers and applause ] >> all that weather brought to you by choice hotels. he looks good in it too. mika is coming up. we can't wait for you guys to get do you know here. >> we're coming ginger. in the meantime, we have a lot more ahead. caught on camera ambulance drivers dozing off behind the wheel, could you be at risk?
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all right. we're back with "gma investigates" and this is wild. ambulance drivers dozing off at the wheel. the government says fatigue among ems workers is a serious problem but amazingly there are no federal regulations in place to protect them or us. and abc's tom llamas has the story. >> reporter: you're watching an ambulance on a busy l.a. freeway heading straight tors a parked car pulled over on the shoulder. inside the ambulance behind the wheel this ems worker who you can see right there apparently dozing off right before impact. the driver in the car jeffrey johnson. >> out of just pushed and hit. i felt all this blood and everything coming down over my face. >> reporter: what you see is a
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driver who is classically sleep deprived and you see that he's trying very hard to keep his eyes open. >> reporter: here's another case. caught on camera. this time in new york. this ems worker apparently dozing off while driving hitting and injuring a woman across the street. >> you hit her? >> reporter: the driver didn't want to comment. the ambulance company told us our work rules limit the amount of consecutive hours worked and ensure time off between shifts. drivers who exhibit any sign of fatigue do not work their shift. both of these incidents led to lawsuits that settled with the companies not admitting liability. now growing concern that the people who are saving our lives could be putting themselves and others at risk because of fatigue. >> our early research does point to this being a national issue. >> reporter: dr. daniel patterson has been studying ems workers he and fatigue since 2008. >> greater than half of these appear to suffer from mental and physical fatigue at work.
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>> reporter: one reason for the on the job fatigue, shifts that are frequently long and demanding. other reasons include lack of rest between shift, job stress and a large percentage of ems workers taking multiple jobs. and he says the resulting fatigue has been linked to injury and accidents. the driver of this ambulance saying he was so tired he actually dozed off while driving crashing into a utility pole and overturning the vehicle. earlier this year the national highway traffic safety administration said that many ems workers across the entire industry are working in sleep-deprived and fatigued states a very dangerous situation. for "good morning america," tom llamas abc news, new york. >> tom, thank you. nhtsa tells abc news they will form a research team as early as this month that will help get programs and now it's mainly up to the state and employers to take care of their
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to that breakout star at wimbledon. dustin brown stunning all-time great rafael nadal in the second round and took an interesting road to get here and bob woodruff has more from london. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning, amy. yeah this is such ang unexpected win. you know actually dustin brown is 102nd in the world in terms of ranking and look at this. his financially almost barely surviving living in his rv and stringing rackets for some kind of income and now look at this. watch out, tennis fans. there's a new star bringing extra power to the court. >> dustin brown. >> reporter: 30-year-old dustin brown not even ranked in the top 100 players taking on two-time wimbledon champion rafael nadal surprising the crowd dominating the match and kicking nadal out of the competition. >> dustin brown with the match of his life. >> reporter: so who is this 6'5" german born jamaican raised
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all-star? to fans he's just dready show- show-stopping locks, his parents took out a loan to buy him an rv so he could drive to tournaments without paying for hotels or restaurants in all of that has made me to the person i am. >> reporter: had his father's face tattooed on his side. >> i don't get to see him that often. it's been a very long road for me and my whole family and that's one of the things i've been wanting to do for a really long time. >> reporter: the guy with the charismatic smile and instant social media star picking up more than 20,000 followers on twitter just one hour after his win. his instagram showing off his inner kid. and inner animal lover. >> i am the way i am. if i would worry too much about the way i think i wouldn't have the hair and probably definitely wouldn't look the way i look. >> reporter: having an ace of a day. >> probably the best day of my life so far. >> reporter: now in the last couple of years he's actually earned about $120,000 a year.
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yesterday $120,000 in a single day. if he wins again tomorrow he could win $200,000. amy. >> we are rooting for him, bob. thanks so much. what a great story. >> yeah. >> fantastic. fantastic. >> we'll be right back. coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by coppertone sunscreen. ♪ look like me ♪ it's coppertone clearly sheer. lightweight, breathable protection. your skin looks amazing - not greasy. try it. heads up! show off. i heard that! coppertone clearly sheer. hurry into lowe's and find big summer savings for this 4th of july, like 4 bags of sta-green garden soil for only $10. plus get 20% off neverkink hoses. don't miss out on summers best savings at lowe's.
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ryan: good morning. i am just a messenger delivering what looks to be a soggy forecast ts afrnoon and evening and heading into the fourth of july holiday. we are raiain-free right now. fog in many locations. southwest of washington, watchi low-pressure. an increased chance of seein rainfall this afternoon and ing. we are taking a look atat a weather ont. thisis has been stionary. itit looks like it hasoved from kentucky to the virgin-north caroli border. it has delivered a ofhe
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cloud cover over the last couple of days. typicall -- atypically cooleler temperatures. speaking of a typical, 70 nine degrees thisfternoon. isolated shohowers in the afternoon. when swing from the northeast to the southeast. this afternoon, into the eng, the nationals will take on the g giants. a lolot of cloud cer. hud conditions. dropping into the middle 70's during t the game. it is going to be a soggy afternoon. we will ststart with clclouds. another cool day with highs around 80 degrees. onon and off rain showers. tomorrow e evening, we are optimistic wings wilill start to clear out and ryan out.. better conditions torrow for e fireworks. tomorrow, around 80. sunday looks to be the driest of the next several days. mamay be a a stray storm as possible
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♪ i'm on the outside ♪ good morning america. it's 8:00 a.m. and so many excited for a huge holiday weekend but a medical mystery keeping this 11-year-old inside. >> i wish i could just go to the beach and have like a good time. >> the rare disorder forcing her out of the sun and the new treatment that could change her life. ♪ i iknow you lie ♪ america ferrera saying thank you to donald trump. turning his words on his head causing so many to unite right now. matt damon's new 'do. the oscar winner shocking fans with this look. it's time to fire up the grill. superstar chef mario batali sharing his best dishes to heat up your fourth of july weekend. ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop ♪ >> the party in the park with mika starts right now as we say -- >> good morning, america.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> and good morning, america. and happy almost fourth of july. we're picking up the holiday weekend with this guy, a huge concert in central park. >> there he is. mika fun fact about mika. he actually travels with many of his family members including his mom, family affair on the road with him. we cannot wait to hear him perform some of his biggest hits coming up on "gma." >> we're heading there soon but first let's turn first to cecilia vega here with the morning rundown. cecilia. >> the big story this morning, terror concerns from coast to coast as the nation celebrates this holiday weekend. law enforcement on high alert, tactical teams already deployed. command centers set up in major cities. police say most concerning are isis-inspired lone wolf attacks following the group's unprecedented social media campaign. and no risks are being taken overseas either.
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a u.s. air base in england canceling its fourth of july celebrations. security there heightened. meanwhile the pentagon is confirming the death of one of the most wanted isis leaders killed by a u.s. drone strike in syria said to be a top recruiter and fund-raiser. plenty of extreme weather, at least one confirmed tornado rolled through central tennessee late thursday downing trees and damaging several buildings. flash flooding is blamed for at least one death. farther west near oklahoma city storms brought more flooding. some drivers had to be rescued from their vehicles. ginger's forecast coming up. and nascar is asking fans not to display confederate flags at racing events. it comes ahead of sunday's race at daytona. it's the first nascar event since the south carolina church massacre carried out by a suspect who sported confederate symbols, daytona is holding a voluntary exchange program for fans to swap their confederate flags for the stars and stripes.
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and try explaining this one to your insurance company. this car flew off a highway ramp crashing through a roof of a house in south africa. incredibly the driver was not hurt neither, thankfully was the person who happened to be sleeping in the next room. and this weekend the english countryside will be swarming with royal watchers hoping to get a peek at princess charlotte when the 2-month-old daughter of prince william and kate middleton is christened. reena ninan back with a preview. >> reporter: a royal celebration to remember. princess charlotte's christening on sunday. just 2 months old for her first official engagement in the same gown prince george wore and while sunday will be charlotte's day, prince george taking a backseat to his sister the fourth in line. the prince will be by her side now filling inging an even more important role big brother. getting the hang of the job and what life holes ahead for the
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hair in spare. charlotte will be christened in the same church where her late grandmother was baptized. >> i think it's a way of william keeping his late mother close. i think that he wants to pay tribute to her by doing things that she did. >> reporter: princess diana's favorite photographer mario testino tapped to take the family photo album. still up in the air who will serve as charlotte's godparents. >> there's prince williams's best man and can't forget pippa or harry. >> reporter: the queen hosting an intimate tea party after the ceremony for william and kate's closest friends and family. reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to reena and finally proof that good things do happen to good people. carmelo mercado was among the firefighters who responded to the world trade center on 9/11. lung problems forced him into early retirement.
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karma just caught up to him and hit the lottery for 5 million bucks and plans to buy a retirement home in florida. >> that is such a great story and the look on his face is priceless. >> can i just say i had no idea you had to make that walk also sticking with the theme of amy's walks here. >> apparently i walk back to the desk like this. >> that's a skill. >> speak of that t.j. is back in the social square right now. can you do the amy imitation? >> you know what this is why amy is in such good shape. she walks all morning long doing this show. all right, giving you a look of what's up. this girl has to stay out of the sun. a new treatment that could change her life. we'll tell you about that. also america ferrera saying thank you to donald trump, yeah wrap your head around that one. we'll tell you why ahead. also making "pop news," man's hair. one of our favorite topics talking not about just any guy but matt damomon, new 'do and why
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welcome back to "gma." time for the "heat index" and this morning's hot button there it is. that medical mystery, an 11-year-old girl allergic to the sun. a new treatment is giving her hope and abc's abbie boudreau has the story. >> reporter: savannah fulkerson seems like your typical 11-year-old girl. but she's far from it. what's the hardest part for you. >> they point and laugh and that's really hard like they've
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called me like old lady hands and umbrella head. >> reporter: it's as if savannah is allergic to the sun. exposure can trigger excruciating pain and itching. this is home video her mom found from her last reaction. >> it just felt like lava was being poured on me. >> sometimes she tells me she doesn't want to live anymore. she can't handle the pain. that's sad to hear. >> reporter: a medical mystery starting when savannah was just 4 years old. for years doctors thought it was eczema but savannah's mother believed it was something else. i would tell them i think she's allergic to the sun and they would tell me nobody is allergic to the sun. >> reporter: but she was right. doctors at children's hospital los angeles diagnosed savannah with erythr ochlto or epp resulting in extreme pain within minutes of sun exposure. >> what was important was the combination of the age, the
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classic reports of burning and itching in the sun. some pink rough skin over the knuckles and her fingers. >> reporter: how do you explain this to your friends. >> i have to be in the dark. dark is my home. >> reporter: there's no cure. but a new study released just this week boasts the promising new drug that would allow people with epp to live a more normal life without the pain induced from sun exposure. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau santa clarita, california. >> so sad when you hear her say dark is my life. i hope that new drug works. all right, thank you, abbie, for that story. burning up the "heat index," a counterintuitive response to donald trump. and it comes from this woman, the actress and latina activist america ferrera trying to turn trump's comments into something positive. she wrote him a thank you letter and, cecilia, you have the story. >> the fallout continues. those comments have cost donald
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trump major business dees and networks are refusing to air his miss universe pageant and hollywood is firing back and it's going viral. well she's best known for her role on the hit "ugly betty." >> i have something i have to tell you and it's big. >> reporter: this morning america ferrera is diving head first into one of the ugliest debates in american politics. this a thank you to presidential hopeful donald trump she has choice words about trump's own now famous choice words. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists and some i assume are good people. >> reporter: ferrara penning an open letter in "the huffington post" titled "thank you, donald trump" saying those controversial comments will backfire and energy latino voters and increase turnout on election day against you and any other candidate who runs on a platform of hateful rhetoric. >> it's just incredible that somebody would kind of wage a war in a sense against such a big demographic and an important
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demographic. >> reporter: the 31-year-old star of honduran descent shows trump's words show there is an antiquated and endangered species of bigots in the country that me must continue to combat. shakira tweeting no one living this this century should stand behind so much ignorance. ricky martin tweeting in spanish to trump saying so much hatred and ignorance in your heart. and actress eva longoria telling e! must. >> what he doesn't understand and what people don't understand ords create emotional poison. >> reporter: ferrara had one last line for trump in that note, keep it up. this morning the donald isn't commenting. >> you're fired. >> well now for the first type the reigning miss universe is speaking out too calling the comments unjust and hurtful. this backlash is just growing but so far trump is sticking to his words, not backing down from those and if i were to wage a guess he probably is enjoying
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some of this publicity. >> i'm not sure. this may be one of those cases where all publicity is not good publicity. >> tell him that. >> yeah right. somebody may but not me. let's get to ginger in the park. we'll join you soon. what's going on there. >> it is such a great crowd and guess what i made my a2340u7bsment on monday. the family here wants to say hey, mom and dad, we're having a baby. they're from louisville kentucky. at least the grandparents. asbury park upper 70s, low 80s. look at this fourth of july forecast. if you're around new york city it's a lot cooler and cloudier by ryan: good morning. we have fog this morning. 79 degrees this afternoon. isololated showers possible this afternoon and evening.
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the showers will last duringng the nationals game. temperatures will be in the middle 70's, dropping to around 74 degrees this evenening. tomorrow, few showewers for you fo >> amy, mika is the best and we all cannot wait to see him and i can't wait for you to get here. >> ginger thank you. look who is in the house for t.j. holmes. >> we got steven tyler going country. does that sound about right? >> no. >> at all. >> thank you. that's his argument. yes, talking about theary row smith frontman now. his debut country single "love is your name" is climbing the charts. we got a first look at the video. check it out. let us know what you're thinking. shot outside nashville. ♪ i walk through the fire i walk through the rain ♪
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>> the voice is there but it does sound like country. >> i know it does. i like it. i'm a big fan of country music, though and i like it. he can pull it off. >> have you heard my yodel? it's really good. >> i'm not a big fan of yodeling. >> the man here says -- steven says someary row smith fans won't like it. get over it. live with it. this is what's up. he'll be joining us in september to announce plans for -- the nominees for the 49th cma awards. you'll be able to watch them here on abc, november 4th. the full video catch on our website, on yahoo! now, this is why i love to do "pop news." i get to talk about men's hair. >> yes. >> this is why. this is why. jared leto. you know his long locks. a new hair king in hollywood. now, folks and the person we're talking about is matt damon. what do y'all think? >> wow. >> he's got this new 'do. >> it's a man bun. >> is that a bun? what's the difference -- >> that's a ponytail. >> a lot of people are calling
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it a bun. >> he could go with a man bunch he just moved it up. >> oh, no. >> i'm lost now. now -- >> he looks like country too. >> he's at a press conference rocking the new hair. the internet is not even talking about the movie he's promoting which is one of the biggest productions ever in china. they're talking about his hair. i don't know. >> it's a man bun, yeah no. >> people are calling it a bun. >> got this for you, good will bunting. >> bungate. >> saving private man bun. how about the new trilogy. the bun supremacy. bun ultimatum. this is why i do "pop news." yoga you do yoga you do yoga. >> no. >> a little bit. a littlelttle bit. this young lady understand this is impressive. a yogi -- working out and this is a see difficult pose i'm told to get into that headstand position.
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all right. you got to be at a high level. now she gets there recording herself. do it. what do you think will happen next? fall? some say fall. okay let me show you what happens next. roll it for me. >> no. her cat doesn't give a doggone. her cat ruins the pose. she doesn't notice this. she stays up there and finally comes down and realizes that you know what, in fact everything i just tried to show you -- >> then the cat takes a nap. >> people are calling this the world's most arrogant cat because the cat does not care. >> what i love about it obviously i love cats but that the cat is showing no respect for his owner or for yoga. >> isn't that what cats do. >> yes, i have three of them. they've never shown me any respect whatsoever. >> there you have it. >> i love it. >> great. also burning up the "heat index" here on "gma," team usa going for world cup gold this sunday. the women have helped break down barriers on the field. now they're doing it in video games too.
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jesse palmer is in vancouver with more on that. jesse jesse. >> reporter: yeah that's right. it's a big step toward gender equality in games as gamemaker electronic arts trying to lure new fans towards its very popular fifa soccer franchise by welcoming in all women's teams from around the world in its new 2016 edition and i had a chance to experience it firsthand. it's one of the most popular video games on the planet. ea sports fifa. [ cheers ] it could be anyone from messi to ronaldo but you can't be abby wambach or alex morgan or any other female player. that's about to change. when the new game is unveiled later this year it will include women for the first time ever. we met up with wambach and morgan along with fellow u.s. national squad mates. sydney leroux and megan rapinoe
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at the capture lab to watch the leading ladies make video game history. you're all pioneerers the first time women are included in ea sports fifa game. what's it like. >> exciting. >> now little girls can play this game and they can beat us and i think -- if hasn't happened before. >> take your wrists up. >> loving it. >> reporter: it's now time for the players to put on their special motion capture suits. >> mine looks cool. >> it's very cozy and like superhero like. >> not too often do i get all these nodes put on me. >> reporter: ea sports state-of-the-art motion capture facility is one of the largest in the world. there are over 100 cameras stationed all over the studio to help make every move many as realistic as possible. >> whoo! >> reporter: the folks at ea sports didn't want me to miss out so pried me with my very own superhero suit. to say that this is formfitting is a massive understatement. so i look like a ninja.
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that's right. all right. >> finally ready to join my fellow develop joe ninjas. >> you look better than i do for the oreo. we start off with a little warm-up. >> total. out of breath. now it's time for penalty kicks. how hard are you kicking this by the way. >> probably really hard. >> awesome. >> shoots and scores. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh! >> oh. oh. >> okay that didn't quite work out as i had planned. >> welcome to this big match today. >> but i ended the day on a high note. >> and action. >> can't wait for this one. astonishing. absolutely world class. [ cheers and applause ]
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only football can make you feel like this. >> you know soccer is known as the beautiful game and this game is set to be released in september under the slogan play beautiful. and speaking of beautiful, let's go out to ginger in central park. ginger. >> ah jesse you are too sweet and summer barbecues are our next headline. of course, they're in full swing and i had the chance to took with our friend mario batali who shared some tasty and simple restcipes recipes, you can have this holiday celebration. >> thanks for being here. ure to be here. >> the best and because you're just fresh back from milan. >> yes. >> with the first lady. >> tell me about it. >> well we were at the milan expo which is the world's fair. we were at the american pavilion espousing her let's move project which is all about exercise and eating healthy. >> right. >> and her message right now is go ahead and try to cook one more meal a week with your family. you don't have to make it complicated. just something simple. we've taken an arugula salad but you could take any fruit, melon
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you could take just about anything you love and slice them in half and put them on the grill and take them off. caramelized and delicious. a little prosciutto de parliamentparma and oil and vinegar. >> i love the fig. don't want to waste it. >> they're so delicious. people are afraid of them because we think of the crazy cookies but in the middle of summer they're one of my most delightful fruits. >> this is called. >> focaccina. you can buy it locally. roll it out then put it on the grill and cook it. then take it off, cut it in half and stuff it with roasted garlic a little provolone and some chopped calscallions. >> i love this. the official taster. >> serve at room temperature or hot off the grill. delicious, simple and kids can easily make any of this stuff. >> i was going to say that's super kid friendly. i saw you flipping something over here. >> we take raw asparagus.
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i like the mode yum size ones then you toss it on the grill and let it get nice and crisp. make a little sitlttle citronet. ex-twra virgin olive oil, splash over it at the end and suddenly something as simple as just asparagus and ham becomes illuminated with deliciousness. >> perfect way to start the barbecue. easy to grab. looks like a plate made for me. i love veggies. >> go to the farmer's market. slice them up. dress them with a little oil, put them on the grill and make a quick little citronet. lemon zest lemon juice, champagne vinegar. >> yeah. >> chopped shallots. a pinch of saul and pepper and then to emulsify this sauce to make it creamy just whisk as you're slowly adding in the oil. and all of a sudden it becomes just a little bit more viscous
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and delicious. a little more pepper. there we have it and we go like that. >> mm-mm. oh mario, five easy dishes. you've done it. >> we've done it and we've done it with the approval of the first lady of these united states states. >> thank you so much. mm-mm. all so good and i know you want those restycipesrecipes. watch mario on "the chew" every day at 1:00 p.m. guess what mika is coming up and we've got them right here on "good morning america." so go nowhere. ♪
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ryanan saywaking up to your friday with a little bit of fog cover. we are precipitation-free. we watch an area of low preressuree deliver more showers this afternoon and evening. the fourth of july, we couldee showers at times. a look at satellite and radar, a ttle bit of cloud cover back to the southwest. more clouds, more precipitation. this ithe area of low pressure, treling ea. it will increase precipitation because of the passkey weather front. it has not moved. across the border, we can find the weather front. it will move west to et. it increases your chance of seeing rainfall. foroday 70 nine degrees this afternoon. mostly cloudy skies.
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the best chance of seeing the rain is this afternoon and into the evevening. the wind is out of the northeast. through the overnight, some showers. folks will head to the nationals game. we will see a lot of cloud cover. it will be humid. 79 degrees around the start of game time. middle 70's through the entire game. on and off raiain showers. it will not ring continually. bring the umbrella. tomorrow, we will see rain on and off. a gh of 81 degrees. cooler than what we would typically see. optimistic by the time the fireworks go off we wi dry out. middle 80's in the outer banks. sunday looks to be the driest of the upcoming days.
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welcome back to "good
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morning america" and what a crowd right now here in the park on this friday before the fourth of july. >> not a bad turnout and they don't seem to be angry that we have our backs to them. hey. how are we doing? happy fourth. we are really excited for what's coming next. >> that's right. >> mika. >> it is a way to kick off the holiday weekend. let's get this party started of the here's grammy nominated mika off his just released fourth album, "no place in heaven," this is "talk about you ♪ ♪ ♪ walk through the city like stupid people do a million faces but all i'm seeing is you ♪ ♪ i'm stopping strangers and telling them your name convincing haters one day they'll feel the same ♪ ♪ we're common people we're common people in love ♪ ♪ it's supernatural it's just a
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force from above ♪ ♪ some call me crazy some try to make knee shut up ♪ ♪ if i am crazy that's what you made me ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about i said you're the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about yeah it's true ♪ ♪ all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ ♪ walk through the jungle that used to be my town everything's different you turned it upside down ♪ ♪ it happened to me totally unprepared just the beginning but i'm not even scared ♪ ♪ 'cause living like this is risking all that i know and if it kills me that's the way i wanna go ♪ ♪ so pull me under and put me under your spell rather be crazy than normal people in -- come on. ♪ i said you're the only one i
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wanna talk about i said you're the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about yeah it's true all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about i said you're the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about yeah it's true ♪ ♪ all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ oh all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ ♪ walk through the city like normal people do ♪ >> come on, central park. ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about i said you're
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the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about yeah it's true ♪ ♪ all i do is wannaalk about you ♪ ♪ you're the only one i wanna talk about i said you're the only one i wanna talk about ♪ ♪ i said you're the only one i wanna talk about yeah it's true ♪ ♪ all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ ♪ said you're the only one i wanna talk about oh all i do is wanna talk about you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> and mr. mika we are only talking about you. wow, wasn't that awesome? that was so good. all right. let's go ahead and start out with the weather forecast and give you an idea what's happening here.
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we've got that hot, hot weather up in the pacific northwest and you can see some of the video from what was happening there in oregon. a couple of the cities too, independence missouri today, 82 flag arkansas, of course there's a flag arkansas temperature of 81. the severe weather threat anywhere from northeast texas all the way to north carolina. that is the big picture. ryan: good morning. 79 degrees this afteternoon. a feshowers poible this afternoon and evening. a 60% chchance of seeing rain. >> all that weather brought to you by carmax. i'll tell you, this little guy has the best dance moves in the park right now. give me a little something. he's too shy now. >> he hasn't seen me dance. no one should see me dance. you know, speaking of the weather, to escape the heat this weekend or to escape the rain on the east coast a lot of people
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are going to be headed to the movies and one of the movies people will be seeing is "terminator genisys." actor jai courtney joins arnold schwarzenegger and the all-star cast and our jesse palmer sat down with him. >> john sent me here to save you. >> from the terminator that was sent back to kill me i know but we already took care of him. >> we? >> hello. it is nice to meet you. >> the future. and the past. >> here to kill you. stay in the truck. >> reporter: are very different in "terminator genisys." >> come with me if you want to live. >> reporter: the moment john connor's right-hand man and eventual dad arrives in 1984 painstakingly re-created in genis genisys jai courtney stepping into the shoes of the iconic character. >> you're wearing the same velcro nikes that he wore in the first film. >> only because of the develop very nikes. to be honest i don't really like or pay attention to it. the expectation is that there's some pressure there.
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i just have to take it and run and that your instincts and your creativity is going to you know do something that people are interested in seeing. >> not your first rodeo. you've arced in movies that were 1980s smash hits in a fifth installment like "a good day to die hard." >> i've got to do a fifth rambo. >> you weren't even born when the first "terminator" movie came out and yet i heard that when you did your first script reading with arnold schwarzenegger you were just blown away. >> yeah it was cool. there was some very iconic words uttered. sitting next to me and that was the moment where it was kind of like it hit home and i realized we were really making a "terminator" film. >> i'll be back. >> you're a big dude but you didn't look this big in the movie. >> no. >> did you have to lose weight. >> i did yeah. >> how much weight did you have to lose. >> i dropped 20 pounds from where i was at for this. >> that's a lot of weight. >> yeah, it was a bit. yeah. no way to live. >> did you work out with arnie. >> we ran into the gym once. it was cool.
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unfortunately it was like in a jammed gym in the bottom of a hotel in san francisco. it wasn't quite pumping iron style. >> no drop sets. >> with the bare feet and -- >> come on. let's begun. let's get serious. >> that would have been a dream come true. >> i've been waiting for you. >> are you kidding me? >> for "good morning america," jesse palmer, new york. >> i think even in his late 60s it would be intimidating running into arnold schwarzenegger in the gym under any circumstances. >> i'm going to confirm that dan. >> by the way, "terminator genisys" is in theaters right now. all right, thanks dan. beatles legend ringo starr was recently inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame and now he is finally getting his personal story told the first major biography written on his life called "ricko with a little help" and abc's juju chang has more. >> reporter: the voice on "yellow submarine." "okay that pus' garden" and of
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course what's become his anthem. ♪ i get by with a little help ♪ >> reporter: now a new in-depth biography chronicles ringo starr's life. >> ladies and gentlemen, the beatles. >> reporter: often considered the goofball of the beatles. >> i think as far as the american audience was concerned when the beatles came here in february of 1964 to do "the ed sullivan show" they fell in love with him immediately. >> reporter: that goofball personality front and center in the movies "a hard day's night." >> what are you up to? >> page 5. >> reporter: and "help." >> more than meets the eye. >> after they broke up he really went whole hog intomoviemaking. >> reporter: his acting career not exact award-winning material but he did land one prize, meeting his second wife barbara bach on the set of "cavemen." he was according to the author the peacemaker of the beatles tightly connected to all even band mate george harrison despite the fact that george had an affair with his first wife.
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>> his reaction was, well you know at least we kept it in the family. >> reporter: long after the group broke up ringo kept those bonds rushing to yoko ono's side after john was killed and that enduring a duet with paul mccartney as he's inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. ♪ what would you do if i sang out a tune ♪ >> to see him and paul there, it's thrilling on one hand and bittersweet on the other. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news new york. ♪ sing out of key ♪ >> ringo with a little help available now and go to on yahoo! to learn some more fun facts about ringo starr. lots more with mika. just ahead. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ say love, say love oh, love's gonna get you down say love, say love oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ mama told me what i should know too much candy gonna rot your soul ♪ ♪ if she loves you let her go 'cause love only gets you down ♪ ♪ take a look at the boy like me never stood on my own two feet ♪ ♪ now i'm blue as i can be oh, love come get me down singing ♪ ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ say love, say love oh, love's gonna get you down say love, say love oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ mama told me what i should know too much candy will rot your soul if she loves you let her down because only love gets you down ♪ ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ say love, say love oh, love's gonna get you down say love, say love
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oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ mama told me what i should know too much candy gonna rot your soul ♪ ♪ if she loves you well let her go ♪ >> are you ready? ♪ central park. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ whoa-oh, whoa-oh whoa-oh lollipop hey hey ♪ ♪ whoa-oh, whoa-oh whoa-oh lollipop ♪ ♪ sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down ♪ ♪ say sucking too hard on your lollipop oh, love's gonna get you down lollipop ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" summer concert series is presented by coppertone sunscreen.
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back now with ow party in the park. more music with mika. i was chatting had him during the break. he's a very nice man. by the way, you're great. doing a great job. >> thank you very much. >> we'll do a medley of your most popular songs which include "popular song." "grace kelly" and "love today." take it away. ♪ hey hey ♪ ♪ you were the popular one the popular chick it is what it is now i'm popularish standing on the field with your pretty pom-pom ♪ ♪ now you're working at the movie selling popular corn i could have been a mess but i
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never went wrong 'cause i'm putting down my story in a popular song i said i'm putting down my story in a popular song ♪ ♪ my problem i never was a model i never was a scholar but you were always popular you were singing awe the songs i don't know ♪ ♪ now you're in the front row row 'cause my song is popular ♪ ♪ popular i know about popular it's not about you who you are or your fancy car ♪ ♪ you're only ever who you were popular i know about popular and all that you have to do is be true to you that's all you ever need to know ♪ ♪ so catch up 'cause you got an awful long way to go so catch up 'cause you got an awful long way to go ♪ ♪ do i attract you do i repulse you with
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my queasy smile ♪ ♪ am i too dirty am i too flirty do i like what you like ♪ ♪ i could be wholesome i could be loathsome i guess i'm a little bit shy ♪ ♪ why don't you like me why don't you like me without making me try ♪ ♪ i try to be grace kelly but all her looks were too sad ♪ ♪ so i try a little freddie i've gone identity mad ♪ ♪ mad mad mad i could be brown i could be blue i could be violet sky ♪ ♪ i could be hurtful i would be purple ♪ walk out the door ♪ ♪ doom da da di da di doom da da di da di ♪
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♪ everybody's gonna love today gonna love today gonna love today ♪ ♪ everybody's gonna love today gonna love today ♪ ♪ anyway you want to anyway you've got to torey lovullo me love love me lovove love ♪ ♪ i've been crying for so long fighting tears just to carry on but now but now it's gone away ♪ ♪ everybody's gonna love today gonna love today gonna love today ♪ ♪ doom da da di da di doom da da di da di ♪ ♪ doom da da di da di doom da da di da di ♪ ♪ doom da da di da di doom da da di da di ♪ ♪ doom da da di da di doom da da di da di ♪ loets gonna love today love today ♪
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welcome back to "good morning america" on this friday. we have mika here with us. mika back in 2007 some would say you kick-started your career on "gma." >> i did. i was launched by "gma." >> a lot has happened since then. you launched four fourth album. tell me how your song has evolved. >> in terms of my sound. well, with this last album i wanted to make something that sounded like a vintage pop record as if it were made in the 1970s. >> it's just fun, though. >> it's fun. >> good to dance to. >> it's joyous. >> you succeeded, my friend. tell us, when you go on the road it's a family affair and bring a lot of your relatives with me. >> when i started off i didn't have a team no budget nothing. it's just the family. many could from a family of five kids and we're a gang and it
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just never changed even if it drives me slightly crazy. >> thank you, mika for rocking our party in the park and have a wonderful fourth of july, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ryan good morning. i am just a messenger delivering what looks to be a soggy forecast this afternoon and evening and heading into the fofourth of july holiday. we are rain-free right now. fog in many locations.
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southwest of washingn, watchihingng low-pressure. an increased chahance of seeing rainfall this afternn and ing. we are taking a look at a weather ont. this has been atationary. itit looks like it has moved from kentucky to the virginia-north carolinana border. it has delivered all of the cloud cover over the last couple of days. typically -- atypically cooler tempatures. speaking of a typypical, 70 nine degrees this a afternoon. isolated shohowers in the afternoon. when switching from ththee northeast to the stheast. this afternoon, into the evevening, the nationals will take on theiants. a lot of cloud cover. hud conditions. dropng into the middle 70's duri the game. it is going to be a soggy afteoon.
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we will start with ouds. another cool day with highs around 80 degrees. on and off rain shows. tomorrow evening, we are optimistic wings will start to clear out and ryan out. better conditions tomorrow for the fireworks. tomorrow, around 80. sundayooks to be the driest of the next several days. may be stray storm m as possible west of f wawashington whwhen san
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announcer: the fourth of july is almost here, so get ready for kelly and michael's "stars
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& stripes celebration"! today, all-american superstar recording artist josh groban plus "live's search for america's new grill star" continues with a military mom from richmond, texas, and all through the show, members of our studio audience will compete for cash in "live's stars & stripes celebration games"! all next on "live"! now here are your red, white and blue co-hosts kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheering and applause] kelly: wow! american authors: ♪ ho-o-o-ome ♪ kelly: whoo! fourth of july! fourth of july! american authors: ♪ i gave the dice a roll and then we lost... ♪


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